Six years after the Right to Education (RTE) Act put aside 25% of seats in tuition based schools for poor understudies, execution of the arrangement stays sketchy.
Tuition based schools crosswise over India fill only 15% of the about 2.29 million seats accessible for understudies from poor families, uncovered a review directed by Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-An) and non-benefits Central Square Foundation, Accountability Initiative of Center for Policy Research and Vidhi Center for Legal Policy.
In 2014-15, just 346,000 seats were rounded out of the aggregate accessible seats under Section 12(1)(c), the review found. This area commands saving 25% of the aggregate seats in tuition based schools for understudies from poor families.
This is a slight change from 320,000 seats rounded out of 2.18 million seats accessible in the past scholarly year. Read more…
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